The X3 interface for cPanel has been with us webmasters for what feels like forever – and if you’re hosting provider has been using cPanel than you’re one of those webmasters too. Alas today the plans for its official deprecation have been laid out – and the interface that we have become exceptionally used to is slowly being retired. I ...
Following the announcement of the SSL Poodle vulnerability most webmasters have been hard at work securing their servers. Alas while doing some of these updates myself I had discovered that while it is possible to disable SSLv3 for cPanel services on ports 2083, 2087, 2096 – this breaks connections to cPanel from all current versions of Firefox, on any operating ...
Following in the footsteps of Bing & Google who have recently announced their own browser compatibility changes which drop support for IE8 on behalf of Bing, and IE9 on behalf of Google. cPanel has acknowledged that continuing to test for, and develop against, older browsers slows down the entire development process – and in an effort to prioritize the delivery ...
For as long as I could remember one of my biggest gripes with GoDaddy has been their proprietary hosting control panel which seemed to turn everything that used to take a few clicks, into a mission. I touched base on it in my GoDaddy Hosting Review. It seems someone at GoDaddy may have read it since they have revamped the GoDaddy ...
A few months ago the team at SpeedySparrow had submitted a feature request to the cPanel development team asking for support for wildcard SSL certificates
cPanel Inc. just recently spoke about the release of a Stable version 11.34, and a few short days later – it’s finally here. Announced yesterday the release of version 11.34 Stable of cPanel & WHM software brings many improvements and upgrades to the package. As per cPanel CEO, J. Nick Koston’s Keynote speech at the 7th annual cPanel Conference, some of ...